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Michael Gass, professor of kinesiology and coordinator of the outdoor education program at UNH, was chosen to deliver the Kurt Hahn Address, one of the highest honors in the field of experiential education, at the International Association of Experiential Education Conference in St. Paul, Minn., last November. Gass is the creator and director of the Browne Center, which develops programs and conducts research in the field of experiential education.

Roberta Kieronski, assistant professor of mathematics at UNH Manchester, received the 2003 Richard H. Balomenos Memorial Award for her 32 years of outstanding service and leadership in the New Hampshire mathematics education community.

Sally Ward, professor of sociology, has been awarded the annual Lindberg Award for her achievements as an outstanding scholar and teacher. Ward was recognized for her ability to balance an active program with a strong commitment to students and the UNH community.

A composition by Karl Blench '03, "Momentum: Fanfare for Winds and Percussion," won the H. Robert Reynolds competition and was performed at Carnegie Hall in May. Blench is the principal trombonist for the UNH Symphony Orchestra and the Wind Symphony, and the solo trombonist for the UNH Brass Quintet.

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